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  • Cheryl Vooris

    This teacher stepped outside of the box and got rid of the majority of her desks only keeping 11, so that she could have more room to do group & interactive activities. The rest of the students choose to sit in bean bags, lawn chairs, or lay on the floor during work. She backed it all up with research for her principal & her students still stay on task. Love it!

  • Shauna H.

    Classroom seating-mix of desks and floor spaces.

  • Lisa Lee Bowles

    Classroom setup

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